Camp organized in Romania

Camp organized in Romania, at Baile Herculane,

in period 22-28th of July 2013, within the project Youth Essentials


Bethany Social Services Foundation, together with its partners Timis County Police Inspectorate, Citizens Association “Duga” Ada, Serbia and Poverty Reduction Committee, Municipality of Ada, Serbia, develops the project ”Youth Essentials”. The project activities will be carried out in Timis County, Romania and the district Severno-Banatski, Republic of Serbia.

The overall project involves improving the quality of life for residents of Timis county and district Severno-Banatski by strengthening the capacities of local public institutions and local NGOs in identifying the opportunity to meet the specific needs of people (especially young people).

According to the activity number 5 of the project, 10 high schools were selected, in which operates Info-Centres, and was signed an agreement of cooperation in the project „Youth Essentials”.

According to the activity number, Camps for volunteers involved in the activities of Info-Centres, camp it was organized in Baile Herculane, Caras-Severin Countyto which was attended by 50 participants from Romania and the Republic of Serbia. In this camp were following activities:

After presenting the project, institutions and participants, students and accompanying teachers were divided into 4 groups and they had done a work on preventing delinquent behavior among youth;

  • It has been organized a trip to Orsova, trip that included a cruise on the Danube from Orsova to Small Boilers, at Mraconia Region, a visit to the Monastery of St. Ana and a visit to Iron Gates I;
  • It was also organized another trip to the Monastery Tismana and Ponoare, where participants had the opportunity to visit God’s Bridge and the local cave;
  • Saturday, 27th of July 2013, the teams presented their work done;
  • Every evening the participants had entertainment program (film, dance);
  • Sunday, 28th of July 2013, before departure, were presented the conclusions of the camp.


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